Getting paid to be a photographer

Published On: 6 November 2014
Corporate photography by Sydney photographer Gavin Jowitt

Trampoline Event: ‘Getting Paid to be a Photographer’ with Gavin Jowitt

Having been in business for 20 years, Gavin has spent a great deal of time simplifying and streamlining his business process. Like most creatives, he doesn’t enjoy the admin side of running a business, however, he knows that getting it right is fundamental to making a living as a professional photographer.

Having a simple and bulletproof process for running your photography business reduces the stress and allows you to spend more time focusing on what you love doing.

In this concise and practical talk Gavin explains, in his straightforward style, how to make a living as professional photographer and discuss his own simplified approach.

Some of the topics he’ll cover include:

  • Define you market market
  • Generate leads
  • Streamlined quoting process
  • What to charge
  • Planning a shoot
  • Using cloud based services
  • Streamlined workflow
  • Getting paid

Date: 19 November 2014
Location: L&P Digital Photographic
96 Reserve Road, Artarmon NSW
Time: 6:00 for 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Tickets: $15 ACMP Members & Students with ID, $25 non-members
Bookings via ACMP Event page

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